Atlas of Foreshortening: The Human Figure in Deep Perspective

Atlas of Foreshortening The Human Figure in Deep Perspective A unique visual encyclopedia for artists and illustrators Like its acclaimed predecessor the Second Edition of this outstanding photographic reference offers illustrators fine artists and animators

  • Title: Atlas of Foreshortening: The Human Figure in Deep Perspective
  • Author: John Cody
  • ISBN: 9780471396963
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Paperback
  • A unique visual encyclopedia for artists and illustrators Like its acclaimed predecessor, the Second Edition of this outstanding photographic reference offers illustrators, fine artists, and animators immediate access to the human form in deep perspective, that is, foreshortened With all new photographs, the Atlas of Foreshortening features Over 530 high quality photoA unique visual encyclopedia for artists and illustrators Like its acclaimed predecessor, the Second Edition of this outstanding photographic reference offers illustrators, fine artists, and animators immediate access to the human form in deep perspective, that is, foreshortened With all new photographs, the Atlas of Foreshortening features Over 530 high quality photographs Both male and female nudes Poses with slight, moderate, and marked foreshortening Detail shots and full body photographs Many poses shot from multiple angles

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    One thought on “Atlas of Foreshortening: The Human Figure in Deep Perspective

    1. Todd

      Good to have around when you don't have a figure in front of you, or when you are trying to get more reference for a similar pose you are attempting.(as if your model is gone and you want to do finishing touches.)Good photography, does whole bodies, does not focus on parts, which is a plus and minus.

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